Bioscoopjournaals waarin Nederlandse onderwerpen van een bepaalde week worden gepresenteerd.Viering van Pesach, het joodse paasfeest. Met een speciaal gedekte tafel met daarop een geroosterd beentje, een ei, bitterkruid, verse groente en matses. Opperrabbijn Aron Schuster controleert op een speciale akker van landbouwer Koop in Tjuchem bij Appingedam de kwaliteit van de tarwe en het schoonmaken van de maaidorser. Tijdens het oogsten rijdt hij op de dorser mee. Nadat het graan in zakken is... Topic: Pesach, joodse religie Source: WEEKNUMMER661-HRE0001C1B8
The Four Questions asked at the Passover Seder every year by Jewish people around the world. Performed by Stereo Sinai. Uploaded by MyJewishLearning. Topics: jewish, passover, pesach, four questions, stereo sinai
JTF have conducted many smear videos against People, Race , Religion. Now there accusing others of doing smear videos against them. http://www.youtube.com/user/Marbus0 Topic: JTF Chiam Ben Pesach Jewish Task Force
Why is this episode of Shtetl different than all other episodes? Because it's the 6th one from the Middle East, because we're gonna meet the three sisters of a hot new Yemenite electro-hip hop band called A-WA, and because we're playing a selection of alternative tunes from the Shtetl bondage and slavery Passover playlist. If you've never had cactus wine at a an Exodus festive meal...you gotta listen to this playlist.Peace and freedom for all!Music on this episode by Kid Loco, Lederhosen... Topics: Yemen, music, Judaism, Passover, Pesach, Israel, Palestine
This speech was delivered by Rabbi Peretz Tarshish as a eulogy to memorialize the late Reb Zev Schlifstein who died a few days earlier. It was delivered in the Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem. Topics: Hesped, Pesach, Chametz, Tefillin, Gematria, Yeshivas Mir, Levaya, Levaya, Pesach, Chametz,...
In-depth commentary on Exodus 10:1-12:27. A close look at the final plagues leading up to Passover and their significance. We look at the interesting turn of events just before the Passover, where God, through Moses, ceases addressing Pharaoh and turns to the people of Israel. He gives instructions and ordinance and changes their calendar. The main thrust of the study is presenting HaShem as the God who separates, the God who judges and the God who gives meaning and structure to our lives. Topics: Pesach, Passover, redemption, godly living, covenant, religion, judaism, church, seder
Parsha KedoshimRabbi Henoch Dov Hoffman teaches in Denver, Colorado. He can be contacted through email@example.com or www.RabbiHenochDov.com. Topics: Rabbi Hoffman, Torah, Bible, Pesach, Tumah, Taharah, Rafi, Tsivya
April 29, 2010, Parsha Emor, Aish Kodesh Class This is the gevurah necessary for Hod. In Hebrew there are nine words of types of listening. Hebrew allows you to use one word to think three different thoughts, and we cannot do that in English. Khate implies teshuva. This is ow we get into our unconscious mind. We watch the way we rationalize. Emor means to whisper. This is the parsha of the five kvetches. Aaron was a Hod person, and he brought many thanksgiving offerings; Hod is thankfulness. A... Topics: khate unintentional transgressions, Aaron, Hod, yielding, Netzach, eyen, aleph, five, kvetches,...
Netzach in Chessed: the ultimate endurance in love is letting go. We wave the barley offering during the counting of the omer: this is our animal nature. When we elevate it, we elevate the world because we are at the top of the food chain, we consume everything. We start our journey towards intimacy at chessed. Moshe, Aaron and Miriam are not mentioned in the Haggadah; the rabbis are mentioned in order to illustrate the process of questioning. Why does Rabbi Akiva have to study all night at the... Topics: Love, Intimacy, Netzach, Chessed, barley offering, Hagaddah, arev, Pesach, Paro, counting
Parsha Acharei Mot Acharei Mot Dangers of too much comfort. Matzah is flour and water; flour is male - ungrounded, flighty, water is female, grounding, provides context, holds the flour in place. Miriam's well held the tribes together. The Torah had to be given in the wilderness, because no one owns it. The first pesach was Avraham inviting the three angels into his tent. Expressing gratitude for food. Bread brings private property. This is mine and I want more. That's chumetz. If chumetz is... Topics: Pesach, Torah, Passover, Rabbi Hoffman, Bible, Tumah, Taharah, Rafi, Tsyvia, Parsha Acharei Mot,...
Tumay, Tahor: how are these words translated? Unholy/holy? Impure/pure? Or something else entirely? Why do we bless before washing? Of what significance is the broken matzo? The hidden matzo? What is repair, and why would we have remained in Mitzrayim? Why is Paro (completely unbound) the ruler of Mitzrayim (constriction)? Mordechai Mishory's class on reading and translating the parsha with commentary. If you have any questions or comments about the class, contact Mordechai Mishory at... Topics: Tazria, Pesach, Seder, Haggadah, tumay, tahor, broken, blocked, Mitrayim, four questions
Shabbat Hagadol: Preparing Priestly Portals to PesachMarch 23, 2013Torah Portion: TSAV! (command)Torah Reading: Leviticus 6:1-6B'rit Chadashah: Romans 12:1-5Message delivered at Beth Zion Messianic Synagogue in Jackson, New Jersey by Rabbi Jan Rosenberg Topics: torah, messianic, rabbi jan, jan rosenberg, leviticus, shabbat, pesach, message, jackson, new jersey